It's a precedent setting case on medical marijuana and it has been set in Hamilton.
A judge has ruled that a licensed medical marijuana user, who grows his own supply, cannot get what he says is the full value of the plants from his insurance company.
The 11 plants in question were stolen in 2009 and were covered under his property insurance.
But the judge says they are considered part of the landscaping and all he can get is a thousand dollars per plant.
Darren Stewart had argued the plants worth a total of 45-thousand dollars and wanted an additional 360-thousand dollars for breach of contract, mental stress and physical suffering.